'Game of Thrones' quiz: How well do you know your trivia?

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How well do you know your 'Game of Thrones' trivia? Can you achieve the Iron Throne or are you destined to join the Night's Watch along the Wall?

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Question 1 of 20 Score: 0

How did Daenerys Targaryen eventually hatch her dragon eggs?

At the end of Season 1, Daenerys Targaryen placed her three dragon eggs on the funeral pyre of her late husband. She then walked into the flames and emerged from the ashes the next morning holding three newly hatched dragons.

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Question 2 of 20 Score: 0

Which U.S. city was one of 8 international locations visited by the 2015 'Game of Thrones' Exhibition?

The 2015 San Diego Comic-Con played host to the 'Game of Thrones' Exhibition in the U.S. Over the next 12 months, the exhibit also visited Spain, Israel, France, England, Germany and Sweden.

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Question 3 of 20 Score: 0

The phrase 'Valar Morghulis' or 'all men must die' is usually responded with:

The Season 2 finale was named "Valar Morghulis" while the Season 3 premiere was named "Valar Dohaeris." In 2014, the Brewery Ommegang created a beer called "Valar Morghulis," with each cork fire-branded with the response.

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Question 4 of 20 Score: 0

American actor Peter Dinklage, who plays Tyrion Lannister, also had a starring role in this fantasy franchise:

Dinklage played Trumpkin in the 2008 film "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian." He was not only the first person cast for the "Game of Thrones" series, but also the only person author George R.R. Martin wanted to play Tyrion.

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Question 5 of 20 Score: 0

What is the only thing that can put out volatile Wildfire?

So unstable that even strong sunlight can set it ablaze, Wildfire is an extremely volatile substance that can only be extinguished with copious amounts of sand.

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Question 6 of 20 Score: 0

Besides dragonglass, what is the only other substance capable of defeating White Walkers?

Valyrian Steel is not only exceptionally sharp, strong and free of maintenance, but is also capable of taking down an immortal White Walker. The metal is easily identified by its distinctive rippled pattern.

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Question 7 of 20 Score: 0

How many times has Beric Dondarrion been brought back to life?

Beric Dondarrion has been resurrected by the God of Light a total of six times. His constant cheating of death comes with a price: each time, he explains, he loses some of his memories and is less himself.

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Question 8 of 20 Score: 0

'Game of Thrones' star Ania Bukstein is not only a famous Israeli actress, but also a:

She released her self-titled jazz album in 2013 to rave reviews. The 33-year-old appeared with fellow Israeli actor Yousef Sweid as the red priestess Kinvara in the sixth season of 'Game of Thrones.'

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Question 9 of 20 Score: 0

Which Stark family direwolf was killed in retaliation for an attack on Prince Joffrey?

After the direwolf Nymeria flees into the woods following a defensive attack against Prince Joffrey, Queen Cersei Lannister orders the execution of her pack sister, Lady. Now, two of the four remaining Stark family direwolves are in places unknown.

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Question 10 of 20 Score: 0

Arya's punishment for stealing from the Many-Face God is:

After Arya takes a life that was not hers to kill, she is rendered blind as punishment. The scene, at the end of Season 5, is a new twist on Arya's efforts to become a 'faceless' assassin.

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Question 11 of 20 Score: 0

'It's nothing' were the last words of this infamous character:

The tyrant King Joffrey uttered these rather unremarkable last words after being poisoned on his wedding day. Joffrey was killed by a potion called 'The Strangler,' which causes the throat to immediately swell shut.

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Question 12 of 20 Score: 0

The name of King Tommen's favorite cat is:

In Season 4, Ser Pounce is introduced. Its appearance caused something of a stir on the Internet, with fans demanding that Ser Pounce be featured in future episodes. According to one writer, that likely won't happen. "I will say that cat was a nightmare to work with."

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Question 13 of 20 Score: 0

What was the name of Ned Stark's greatsword?

Ice was the official sword of the Lord of Winterfell, forged from Valyrian steel and handed down over the ages. After being used to behead Ned Stark at the end of Season 1, it was subsequently melted down to forge two new swords – the Oathkeeper and Widow's Wail.

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Question 14 of 20 Score: 0

Who shoots the flaming arrow that subsequently destroy's Stannis' fleet in Blackwater Bay?

After a signal from Tyrion, Bronn shoots a flaming arrow into a floating trap of wildfire around Stannis Baratheon's fleet. The explosion that follows destroys dozens of ships and effectively wins the battle for King Joffrey.

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Question 15 of 20 Score: 0

Prince Oberyn Martell is nicknamed the 'Red Viper' because of his combat and:

Oberyn Martell is skilled not only in combat, but also in the use of deadly potions. In the battle against Ser Gregor Clegane that ultimately cost him his life, Martell managed to severely wound 'the mountain' with a spear tip coated in poisonous Manticore venom.

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Question 16 of 20 Score: 0

The Night King was created using a dagger made of:

In season six, it's revealed that the Children of the Forest created the White Walkers during a war with the First Men. During a vision, Bran sees one of the children force a Dragonglass dagger into the chest of a captive First Man. He then transforms into the Night King.

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Question 17 of 20 Score: 0

How many arrows does Ramsay Bolton let loose at Rickon Stark?

At the beginning of "The Battle of the Bastards," Ramsay Bolton tells Rickon Stark to run across the battlefield towards Jon Snow. In a cruel twist, he then begins shooting arrows at the young man. Despite Rickon's best efforts, the fourth arrow finds its mark and ends his life.

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Question 18 of 20 Score: 0

Who created the secret tunnel in the sewers under Casterly Rock?

Speaking with Varys in season 2, Tyrion explains how when he came of age, his father placed him in charge of "all the drains and cisterns in Casterly Rock." In season 7, Tyrion reveals that he added a secret entrance in the sewers that Daenerys' army later uses to take the fortress.

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Your sweet tooth is sure to thank you after sampling some of these delicious, 'Game of Thrones'-inspired desserts.
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Question 19 of 20 Score: 0

What is Sansa Stark's favorite treat?

As author George R.R. Martin explains, lemons do not grow in the North, so having access to the traditional Lannister dish would be a treat. "They would occasionally in the summers get fruit, lemons, that they would makes cakes out of, but it would not be an everyday thing, he said, "It would be special and exciting."

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Question 20 of 20 Score: 0

Dead creatures revived by White Walkers are known as:

Wights compose the undead army of the White Walkers and include humans, giants, horses, snow bears, and one very large dragon. They are extremely susceptible to fire and dragonglass. More importantly, if the White Walker that revived it dies, the wight too will perish.

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